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COM compatibility

P: n/a
I'm not a programmer!

I work for a software company. We have a SDK that customers can use to
customize the app. The requirement to use the SDK is:

XYZ App has been designed in such a way that all the business objects
used
in the application are automatically exposed through a thin COM wrapper
created
automatically during the application build process. This means that
using the
XYZ App SDK is very efficient, and all the same underlying objects and
properties that the application's programmers use to build the XYZ App
user
interface are also available to third-party programmers via the SDK.

Does it sound like Python would allow me use the apps SDK?

Thanks

Jan 11 '07 #1
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Tmack wrote:
I'm not a programmer!

I work for a software company. We have a SDK that customers can use to
customize the app. The requirement to use the SDK is:

XYZ App has been designed in such a way that all the business objects
used
in the application are automatically exposed through a thin COM wrapper
created
automatically during the application build process. This means that
using the
XYZ App SDK is very efficient, and all the same underlying objects and
properties that the application's programmers use to build the XYZ App
user
interface are also available to third-party programmers via the SDK.

Does it sound like Python would allow me use the apps SDK?
It sounds as if it is possible scripting it with python using Mark Hammond's
win32, yes.

Diez
Jan 11 '07 #2

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